Tag: Florida’s 6th Congressional District

Drew WilsonApril 13, 2018

Democrat Stephen Sevigny said Friday that his campaign to replace U.S. Rep. Ron DeSantis in Florida’s 6th Congressional District brought in $250,000 in the first quarter. Sevigny, a Daytona Beach physician, entered the race in mid-February, giving his campaign about six weeks to raise money before the reporting period ended. According to the Federal Elections […]

Scott PowersMarch 22, 2018

Democrat Nancy Soderberg‘s quest to flip Florida’s 6th Congressional District picked up some credibility and support Thursday when national Democrats announced they were adding her to their “Red to Blue” program. Soderberg, a former U.S. ambassador, is seeking to claim the district stretching just south of Jacksonville down the coast and then through Volusia County into […]

A.G. GancarskiFebruary 19, 2018

Democrat Nancy Soderberg, running in Florida’s 6th Congressional District, has D.C. connections — and they will be visible at a March 8 fundraiser. The former Ambassador to the United Nations under the Bill Clinton administration will have a fellow Clinton alum as a special guest for that fundraiser in Washington: James Carville. Carville managed the 1992 Clinton campaign, […]

A.G. GancarskiJanuary 31, 2018

Another serious contender entered the Republican race to succeed Rep. Ron DeSantis in Florida’s 6th Congressional District. This week, St. Johns County Commissioner Jimmy Johns became the fourth candidate in the field. Johns, an engineering consultant by trade, holds dual degrees in Applied Physics from Jacksonville University and Civil Engineering from the University of Florida. “Our country is […]

Drew WilsonOctober 12, 2017

Democrat Nancy Soderberg announced Thursday that her campaign in Florida’s 6th Congressional District brought in $336,000 in the first quarter since she entered the race. “I’m honored by the outpouring of support our campaign has received. That energy is a vivid testament to how ready people are for a change from Washington’s broken politics and […]

Scott PowersMay 19, 2017

Republican U.S. Rep. Ron DeSantis Friday condemned the security forces of Turkish President Recep Erdogan for attacking protesters in Washington D.C. and also condemned Erdogan. DeSantis, of Ponte Vedre Beach, chairs the House Subcommittee on National Security. His First Coast district includes Volusia County. In a news release issued Friday morning, DeSantis did not address […]

Terry RoenNovember 8, 2016

Republican incumbents strolled to victory Tuesday over their Democratic opponents in three U.S. House races. District 6 Republican Ron DeSantis, a two-term Republican incumbent who ran for the U.S. Senate this year before dropping out this summer, won Florida’s 6th Congressional District race to defend his seat. DeSantis, of Palm Coast, beat Democrat Bill McCullough, a political […]

A.G. GancarskiOctober 21, 2016

The resource gap in the Congressional District 6 race between incumbent Republican powerhouse Ron DeSantis and Democratic challenger William McCullough defies belief. DeSantis, who was an energetic fundraiser during his discontinued campaign for the United States Senate, had $2,604,630 on hand as of his October quarterly filing. McCullough? He’s $1,269 in the red. In what seems like a […]

Scott PowersSeptember 16, 2016

Democratic congressional nominee Bill McCullough has failed to file his personal financial disclosures report as required under federal law in his campaign attempting to unseat U.S. Rep. Ron DeSantis in Florida’s 6th Congressional District. McCullough, who won the Aug. 30 Democratic primary, has twice filed for extensions on the requirement, but both extensions have expired. […]


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